De Kerilleau Homestead is a building of considerable architectural and historical interest which gains increased significance as its rural environs - the physical relationship to the river, the outbuildings and the setting of the homestead on Huon Hill - are still intact at the urban edge of the existing town of Wodonga. The homestead dates from 1870 and is the second homestead on the property. It is a solid two storey red brick building with cream brick flat window arches. The main feature of the house is its fine two-storey cast-iron verandah which has recently been restored to its original condition. The 1975 rear alterations are not considered to detract from either the architectural or historical significance of the building.